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Daniel McConville


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Dan is a partner at Stevenson Whelton with a diverse practice focused on commercial litigation.  He has conducted trials, motions, appeals and arbitrations in disputes over shareholder oppression, joint ventures, failed real estate transactions, the seizure of diplomatic and state property, construction projects, fraud allegations and estates.  Dan also acts on class actions.  Dan has appeared at all levels of court in Ontario and at various administrative tribunals.

Dan also has significant experience assisting family law counsel when family proceedings include civil or commercial disputes.  Dan obtained the first known Anton Piller order in a matrimonial dispute in Ontario, and successfully recovered over $10 million of missing artwork.

A sample of Dan’s work includes:

  • Successfully representing the majority shareholders of an aerospace company in oppression proceedings at arbitration and on appeal of the arbitral decision;
  • Successfully arbitrating the issue of misappropriation of approximately $13 million of missing artwork, and recovering over $10 million of that artwork with an Anton Piller order (a civil search warrant);
  • Successfully representing vendors and purchasers of real property on a number of summary judgment motions and appeals relating to failed agreements of purchase and sale;
  • Successfully obtaining and resisting Mareva injunctions (asset freezing orders);
  • Successfully representing a small business owner before the Human Rights Tribunal regarding allegations of harassment.

Dan is a member of the Canadian and Ontario Bar Associations and the Advocates Society. He is an avid hockey and tennis player, and he plays golf on occasion.

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